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June
15

stevegormanIts was an overcast Monday (6/15) here in Littleton, NH but April Reinhard and I left our Littleton office and took a 15 minute "heart/health walk" down the Riverwalk path many tourists who come to Littleton take, but one that we never have - and we've lived here our whole life! We left our office and went over the Cottage Street bridge, when looking left we saw the Paddleford Covered Bridge which was constructed within the last few years, its absolutely beautiful. We then headed onto our Main Street, which is currently under construction, but traffic was still traveling through and a bus load of tourists were browsing through the shops, and one lady had just had her nails done in one of our local salons. We went through the construction zone, which was no small task and crossed in front of a large piece of earth moving equipment - I dare say we felt like a "little people" child's toy in front of that machine. Downtown Littleton is a site to be seen though, even under construction - historic buildings we passed included the Masonic Temple, The Thayer's Inn, the large beautiful post office and courthouse and more. We crossed the Ammonoosuc River again, this time over the Ken Curran Steel suspension footbridge that bounces if you don't walk in step with each other. The river was lovely, and again, this time we could see the Paddleford bridge to our left. We now took a left off the bridge and entered the "Riverwalk" path, the meanders along the river and ends at the Paddleford Bridge. Its a nicely graveled path, and fun to explore! Back to the office we returned, 15 minutes later, and a little out of breath. It was great to walk the Riverwalk - a piece of Littleton NH that many have tourists have visited, but we locals sometimes seem to busy to enjoy - but we found time today and plan to do it again tomorrow! No wonder people chose to live here! We always knew it, but got to see it through another set of eyes today!  

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